August 17, 2020

Local Music Review

In this review, Fernando Bravo enters an audio dreamspace, and invites us to enjoy it with them. Below 302, an eerie oft-empty space exists, a t-junction […]
September 1, 2020

Local Music Review #19

` – Aiia https://aiia.bandcamp.com/album/–11 States of being move with the tides, repetition marking the passage of time. Shadows sprawl outwards to stretch predictably, blending into yesterday, […]
September 28, 2020

Heaven & Hell | Ava Max

Ava Max is music for the gays. It’s true. I can say it. A blonde pop star with all the makings of a manufactured star, Max […]
September 28, 2020

Butterfly | Mariah Carey

The most iconic transformations in pop culture and pop music are the responsibility of two forces, the LGBTQI+ community and Mariah Carey. Mariah’s album Butterfly is […]